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Ali   February 14, 2018 Articles, Dear Drew

Drew did an interview with People to talk about her new Lingerie line for Anthropologie.

After successfully launching her beauty brand Flower Beauty over four years ago, Drew Barrymore debuted her timeless, classic and quirky Dear Drew fashion line through Amazon Fashion last fall. Full of vintage-inspired designs, modern takes on retro silhouettes and romantic accessories, it’s no surprise her newest launch of vintage-style lingerie is available at the beloved retailer, Anthropologie (and just in time for Valentine’s Day!). We caught up with Barrymore who spilled on the inspiration behind the four-piece lingerie collection, the secret to cute but comfortable undies and even offered up some advice on finding the perfect lingerie set for a loved one.

Why are you so excited to launch at Anthropologie?
I love Anthro for everything from shower curtains to furniture and art. Of course I love their clothes too, but it’s really more of a lifestyle for me.

What makes a perfect lingerie set?
If it’s silky, then I like a little vintage style to it. It’s still very sexy while still being modest and stylish. And for cotton, I like it to be soft and luxe while being an everyday fabric.

What was missing from the lingerie market that you really wanted to introduce with these intimates?
I like when lingerie is timeless. I also want it to be demure and tasteful…not too provocative or novelty.

For people looking to buy lingerie for their significant others on Valentine’s Day, what’s your advice on finding a great set for someone you love?
Get them something that is not just for him, but for her as well. Women do not want to stand there feeling vulnerable. We are so much more confident when we feel sexy rather than playing an oversexed fantasy.

Best Valentine’s Day date ideas?
A girl party if you’re single. I’m thinking pajama party with champagne, pizza and Netflix! And for couples, an old revival theater for a date…and bring wine and paper cups and make out to an old black-and-white movie.

Any tips on finding a well-fitting bra?
To be perfectly honest, my favorite part of the day is when I take it off and throw on really thin worn-in clothes and get cozy.

What’s the secret to a perfect pair of comfortable but cute undies?
It’s the material and fit. There is a way to make comfort very cute!

Why should you invest in a cute pair of silk PJs?
Silk is the most movie star feeling ever, so treat yourself whether it’s for your mate or just you!


Ali   February 10, 2018 Guest Appearances, Videos

This week Drew did a guest appearance on Ellen to talk about her new season of Santa Clarita Diet … and a whole lot more!

Drew Barrymore Recreates Her Younger Self

The eternally youthful Drew Barrymore went back in time after she agreed to let Ellen dress her up in a fabulous outfit from when she was 7 years old.

Drew Barrymore Is Done with Dating Apps

According to an Australian tabloid, Ellen is helping Drew Barrymore find a girlfriend, but in reality, Drew isn’t going to Ellen for a potential mate, but a popular dating app.


Ali   February 2, 2018 The Stand-In

EW.com has shared that Drew has been cast in a new film!

We’ll be getting double the Drew Barrymore in her next movie. Following her role on Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet, the actress has landed dual parts in a new romantic-comedy, The Stand-In.

Directed by Silicon Valley executive producer Jamie Babbit and written by Sam Bain, the film sees a washed-up actress (Barrymore) hiring her unemployed stand-in (also Barrymore) to complete court-ordered community service when she’s busted for tax evasion. Soon, she starts using her double for all other aspects of her life, which leads the stand-in to take over her identity, her boyfriend, and her career.

Barrymore, who’s been just as active behind the camera as she has in front, will also produce the film with Ember Truesdell, Chris Miller, and Nancy Juvonen-Fallon through Flower Films. Tom McNulty will also produce for Exchange.

The Stand-In marks the latest big-screen feature from Babbit since 2015’s Addicted to Fresno. With the cult hit But I’m a Cheerleader under her belt, she has largely moved into the TV realm, directing episodes of HBO’s Girls, FXX’s It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Fox’s The Orville, and Netflix’s Girlboss.

Barrymore, meanwhile, is planning her return for season 2 of Santa Clarita Diet, which was announced in March.


Ali   January 29, 2018 Events, Images

Drew joined Gwyneth Paltrow for her in goop Health Summit this past weekend. I have added images from the event to our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Drew Barrymore Online > 2018 > January 27 | In Good Health Summit
Drew Barrymore Online > 2018 > January 27 | In Good Health Summit – Presentation


Ali   January 11, 2018 Family

One of the things I have always loved about Drew is her love for animals! She took her daughters to adopt a cat and came home with three!

And you have to check out her other related instagram post!


Ali   January 4, 2018 Images, Magazines

Here are the scans of Drew’s fabulous new feature with InStyle magazine.


Gallery Links:
Drew Barrymore Online > PUBLICATIONS > 2018 > February | InStyle


Ali   December 31, 2017 Images, Magazines

Some new outtakes from the fun photoshoot did for InStyle where she recreated some of her past looks!


Gallery Links:
Drew Barrymore Online > PHOTOSHOOTS > Outtakes > 2018 > 001


Ali   December 31, 2017 Articles, Interviews, Magazines

DREW BARRYMORE has spent 43 years charging forward. We asked her to go back to where she started.

One advantage Drew Barrymore has from living in the heart of the cultural consciousness for the past 35 years is that she has primo #TBT material. “When I was 6, my mom dressed me like a little 80-year-old woman,” Barrymore says, holding a stack of inspiration images on the set of her InStyle cover shoot. She lands on one from 1983 where she’s in a miniature black evening gown and pearls. “When I first unearthed this photo, I was like, ‘Are you kidding me? That’s my daughter Olive’s body 100 percent!’ ”

But it wasn’t only the trickle-down genetics and era-specific fashion that resonated. “None of those pictures were taken at home,” she says a few days later, sitting in the den of her Upper East Side apartment in N.Y.C. “Not like people would necessarily have pictures of me at home, but it’s almost like I never was at home. I was always out and about. That was the biggest takeaway for me.” She pauses and smiles. “And it’s funny because you’d have to take a crowbar and a spatula and a forklift to get me out of the house now.”

Barrymore’s apartment is equal measures Drew and her two daughters, Olive (5) and Frankie (3). Sandra Boynton books are stacked on Rizzoli monographs; Dr. Seuss mingles with Joan Didion. It’s cozy and personal—and has a super-impressive craft closet. It’s easy to see why the trio who inhabit the space would never want to leave. Tonight the family has just finished decorating two Christmas trees to a holiday playlist of Elvis Presley, Mariah Carey, and Bing Crosby classics. Miracle on 34th Street is on TV, soundless, in the background.

At 43, Barrymore is still finding room to explore. Outside of acting, which she still loves (her Netflix show, Santa Clarita Diet, returns for a second season this year), and producing (her company, Flower Films, has both TV shows and films in the works), the star also boasts Barry­more Wines by Carmel Road, the cosmetics line Flower Beauty, and Dear Drew, a clothing collection launched this fall with Amazon Fashion.

“I kept feeling this burning desire to build an apparel brand for women by women, to explore something romantic,” she says. “I took it back to my love of tailoring and having been in a costume house my whole life.” The cuts and silhouettes match Barrymore’s personal aesthetic. “I have a body type that I tend to cover up,” she says. “So it’s nothing tight, not big and boxy, more of a fluid drape that feels like the ’20s, ’40s, and ’70s. Not utterly casual but efforted in its effortlessness.

“I’m very conscious about the way people feel,” Barrymore says of how she looks at her growing empire. “When I was making movies, I just didn’t want to tell a depressing story; I wanted to tell one about some type of self-improvement. I thought, ‘There’s enough shit in life. I want optimism and joy.’ At the same time, I don’t like magic-wand happy endings—and now I don’t like magic-wand makeup or magic-wand clothes.”

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